Left 4 Dead 2

Left 4 Dead 2

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VOX - Complete Vocalizer
Game Content: Scripts, UI
File Size
0.142 MB
Mar 20, 2015 @ 4:03am
Jul 28, 2017 @ 8:55am
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VOX - Complete Vocalizer

Complete vocalizer & in-game character switcher

  1. Subscribe, launch L4D2 and let your addons load

  2. Open Addons and disable conflicting mods
    You can re-enable conflicting mods after step 3 (except other vocalizers)

  3. Open Options > Keyboard/Mouse > Edit Keys/Buttons
    Then scroll to the bottom and bind the radial menus to the keys you want

  4. In game, select your character in the Characters & Idle radial menu
    Once your character is selected the other menus will be enabled

  • Common Menus
    (Z) Orders
    (X) Answers
    (C) Warnings
    (V) Help
    (B) Panic

  • Specific Menus
    (N) Specific lines 1
    (M) Specific lines 2
    (J) Specific lines 3

  • Main Menu
    (G) Characters & Idle

  • Load your character's radial menus
    Select your character in the Characters radial menu to activate the other menus

  • Make your character talk
    Select a voice line in the radial menus, everyone on the server will hear it

  • Go idle
    Select IDLE in the Characters radial menu to take a break

  • Switch to another character
    First go idle, then select the character you want in the Characters radial menu. Make sure the character you want is available before selecting it, or you will get stuck spectating

  • Nothing happens when I press my keys
    Try the solutions listed here:

    • Select your character in the Characters radial menu to activate the other menus

    • If the Characters menu doesn't show up, try binding it to another key

    • If your keybindings aren't saved, set them up directly in your console:
      bind z "+m1; alias -m1 -mouse_menu"
      bind x "+m2; alias -m2 -mouse_menu"
      bind c "+m3; alias -m3 -mouse_menu"
      bind v "+m4; alias -m4 -mouse_menu"
      bind b "+m5; alias -m5 -mouse_menu"
      bind n "+m6; alias -m6 -mouse_menu"
      bind m "+m7; alias -m7 -mouse_menu"
      bind j "+m8; alias -m8 -mouse_menu"
      bind g "+mouse_menu 0"

    • You can force your game to bind the menus on startup, with this autoexec․cfg[drive.google.com] in your config folder (Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Left 4 Dead 2\left4dead2\cfg)
      Make sure you save it as cfg file and not txt: Windows & Mac tutorial[www.wikihow.com]

    • If none of the above works, try reinstalling from scratch:
      1. Unsubscribe
      2. Quit L4D2 and Steam
      3. Remove the VOX vpk (410726312.vpk) in your workshop folder, by default at:
      Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Left 4 Dead 2\left4dead2\addons\workshop\
      4. Make sure you don't have any other leftover vocalizer in your addons folder, at:
      Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\Left 4 Dead 2\left4dead2\addons\
      5. Follow the installation instructions again

  • Why do I have to select my character to activate the other menus?
    The vocalize menus are dynamic. Every time you select a voice line, an other one
    is loaded in its place for the next use. That's a trick I implemented to pack more voice lines
    in each menu. And that's why you have to activate the menus; selecting your character
    will load the first voice lines

  • Can you add charger, jockey, and spitter callouts?
    There is no vocalize command for these

  • Can you fix the "clear" and "heal me" lines for L4D2 characters?
    There are no recorded lines for them

  • Can you add Keith stories/other voice lines?
    The game has talker files that define rules for conversations (in what situations they happen)
    Most lines can’t be voiced at will

  • Why don’t you just change the talker files?
    I could, but these changes would only work if you host the game
    You can find modified talker files on gamemaps

  • Can I use this with your third person mod?
    Yes, follow the installation instructions

  • Do other people hear this?
    Yes, everyone on the server will hear your character, even if they haven't subscribed

  • Can I use your vocalizer to make my own?
    Yes, you can use this mod as a foundation for your own vocalizer. If you do so, give me credit by linking VOX in your workshop description. Do not use VOX as your mod name

My other mods: c2's workshop
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leo300199 Nov 12 @ 4:23pm 
Can't use it on Versus :(
LiL KilleR ル Nov 9 @ 7:51pm 
DΔRKłσvε Nov 8 @ 3:28pm 
"i love you"
Spinny Oct 24 @ 2:48am 
what what what what what
мв☫ Oct 17 @ 2:10pm 
amazing addon
Brother Terror Oct 5 @ 9:11am 
Why does Francis speak in the voice of a Coach? (Kidding me)

Remilia Sep 25 @ 9:30pm 
Jordan, it's because some servers don't allow workshop stuff. It should work on some
Jordan Schlansky Sep 20 @ 3:13pm 
this stopped working for me on modded servers, anyone know a solution for this?
✧²⁴ßît✧ Sep 17 @ 3:20pm 
you have to select a character to do something with, i have my character select set to g and the rest set to v, b, n, m, and alt
CATSarekittens Sep 16 @ 9:10pm 
This does not work, when I join a game it tells me to press ? but when I do nothing happens.